Translation:I ran a lot last week.
Yes, exactly. I should probably have written more specifically "a conjugated form" rather than "a conjugation", but I meant the same thing. ^^
Maybe they fell down sea. I am still alive. （＾∇＾）
Your photo is the stamp of name?
Yes, 印鑑/いんかん or 判子/はんこ. Do you? I can not read left side. (if 士？) Difficult. Your 印鑑 is very splendid.
'之印' seems used japanese 印鑑 as well. Mainly for the company. Numerous Chinese culture! I didn't know how to read about them.
Thank you! :D
I read somewhere that the kanji for "come" is used in something like 今週 to say "this coming week".
Does the kanji for "sen" arise from the same pattern?
The kanji 今 in 今週 (this week) means "now". The kanji 先 in 先週 (last week) means "previous". So yes, as you correctly guessed, there is a pattern! Learning kanji definitely helps with understanding.